We all photograph our food these days. Just look at Instagram -- half the images in your newsfeed are bound to depict someone's dinner. Our food choices are inconsequential -- yesterday's lunch means nothing today, lest you be struck down with food poisoning. But what do our food choices say about S ... More >>
The urban farming trend that's sweeping the nation has turned ugly in North St. Louis, where local politicians are squabbling over the fate of a community garden. That's not what she intended, insists 21st Ward Committeewoman Audrey Larkin, when she helped start Northside Community Garden 15 weeks ... More >>
8 p.m. Sunday, March 18. The Sheldon Concert Hall, 3648 Washington Boulevard.
Self-Sufficient St. Louis is holding a fundraiser event on Sunday for the Dave Hagerty Community Garden. Sunday's fundraiser will be at Off Broadway, which neighbors the Garden. Admission is a $10 donation and will feature performances by Ellen the Felon and the Mattranome, The Airliners, Syn ... More >>
9 p.m. Saturday, June 25. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
FerenCommGreen Beekman is the place to be.A Manhattan couple -- one partner an advertising executive with a drag-queen past, the other an MBA and M.D. serving as a vice president at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, buy a 200-year-old farm -- the Beekman -- on a whim. Can they juggle city life ... More >>
Who you callin' moth orchid? That's phalaenopsis to you, buddy.There are a lot of plants out there. A lot. Some of them eat bugs. Some of them smell bad. And all of them (well, as close to all of them as can be expected) are on The Plant List, a collaborative effort between the Missouri Botanical ... More >>
Robin Wheeler This is part two of Robin Wheeler's Chef's Choice profile of Amy Zupanci of Fond and Township Grocer. Part one is available here, and part three, a recipe, follows on Monday. Did your family cook when you were a child? If so, what meals stand out? Yes. The everyday dinner. Family ... More >>
This is part two of Robin Wheeler's Chef's Choice interview with Marilyn Scull of Ann & Allen Baking Company and Park Avenue Coffee. To read part one, click here. Part three, a recipe, will be posted soon. Robin WheelerTime to make the...gooey butter cake!Did your family cook when you were ... More >>
Image sourceParty over Food, Inc. PBS-style!Tomorrow night, April 21, PBS (locally, KETC-TV, Channel 9) will be broadcasting the documentary Food, Inc. for the first time as part of its POV documentary series. The network suggests you celebrate this wondrous event by hosting a viewer potluck with ... More >>
Robin WheelerCulinary man of mystery, Entre:Underground's Chef JohnThis is part two of Robin Wheeler's Chef's Choice interview with Chef John of Entre:Underground; to read part one, click here. We'd be most surprised that you eat _____. Microwave popcorn, and just because I am lazy. Stovetop ... More >>
At least this stuff kinda looks like real weed.Earlier this week Kansas became the first state to outlaw synthetic marijuana, commonly sold under the brand name K2. Closer to home, Pettis County in central Missouri banned the stuff and St. Charles County soon followed suit.Obviously, lawmakers in ... More >>
Egan O'KeefeDid you know some St. Louis restaurants serve food after 9 p.m.? It's true. Here's a slideshow of some of the most popular places and those who frequent them.
A wicked good time
8 p.m. Saturday, November 1. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.
Lean, green and pretty tasty, actually
You've got Sol
The Black and White Album
Let's belly up to tLet's belly up to the William D. Alandale Brewing Co. in Kirkwood
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Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene
Tuesday, September 20; Blueberry Hill's Duck Room (6504 Delmar Boulevard, University City)
See St. Louis' bright future at the Sheldon Art Galleries
The Butterfly House
Pixie 9 Vintage
Eckert's Country Farms
Backyard, south city, 8:30 a.m.
Gateway Kite Club flies again
Only Life (x) 3's strong cast rescues this laptop Rashomon
Botanicals on the Park
Wealthy investors spend millions to resurrect the neighborhood near Bellefontaine Cemetery. They discover that money can't do everything.
Edwin Pepper Interiors
Flower Depot Limited
Colors of Spring
Sitting a spell at the Kitchen